Conscious Creativity

Join C4 Atlanta and Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative’s CEO Ebony Noelle Golden for a conversation about how the arts can help to shape and reinvigorate a community.

Where: M. Rich Center for Creative Arts, Media & Technology, 115 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30303
When: March 11, 2016
Time: 10:30AM – 11:30AM

Bringing a diverse and well-informed voice on arts, community building, and collective action through her efforts in New York City and nationally, Ebony will discuss using the arts for personal and collective transformation, equity and inclusion, true community building locally and nationally.

This event is free and open to the general public but an RSVP is requested.  Please RSVP below.

Sponsored By:

South Downtownmrich

 

Photograph by Melisa Cardona.
Photograph by Melisa Cardona.
About Ebony Noelle Golden
Ebony Noelle Golden, MFA, MA, CEO and Principal Engagement Strategist, Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative

Ebony Noelle Golden is the CEO and principal engagement strategist at Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative, LLC. BDAC is a NYC-based cultural arts direct action group that works to inspire, instigate, and incite transformation, radical expressiveness, and progressive social change through community-designed, culturally-relevant, creative projects.  The Houston, TX native is also an accomplished performance artist, poet, director, and choreographer who stages site-specific rituals and live art performances that profoundly explore the complexities of freedom in the time of now.

After completing graduate school and serving as literature and creative writing professor in Durham, North Carolina, Golden funneled her passion for entrepreneurship, arts, culture, and community-based education into BDAC which powers some of the most forward-moving organizations and initiatives pushing for progressive social change. Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative has worked with more than fifty organizations over the last seven years, internationally.

Ebony holds a Master of Arts degree in Performance Studies from New York University, a Master of Fine Arts degree in poetry from American University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in creative writing from Texas A&M University.

BDAC is affectionately named after Ebony’s mother Dr. Betty Ann Sims who is a retired professor, social worker, and youth interventionist.

More information about Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative can be found here: bettysdaughterarts.com.